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September 29-30, 2010 at Purdue: 27th Annual Meeting for Ohio Valley Chapter of the Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry
Abstract submission information coming soon.
"Restoring and Protecting Watersheds: Graduate and Undergraduate Research Symposium"
Purdue University and Wright Center
West Lafayette, Indiana
For more information contact:
Katrina Leigh at (440) 834-1460, firstname.lastname@example.org Dr. Maria Sepúlveda at (765) 496-3428, email@example.com Angela Schmidt at (513) 659-1505, Angela.L.Schmidt@usace.army.mil
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If you’re interested in water quality and watersheds, consider applying for the 2011 Indiana Watershed Leadership Academy. The Academy, organized by Purdue University with support from the Indiana Department of Environmental Management and other Indiana conservation agencies and organizations, gives participants the chance to:
- Engage in basic and advanced level watershed topics covering leadership principles, watershed science, organization and communication, technology and GIS, stakeholder involvement techniques and policy skills
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Enrollment deadline: November 1, 2010
Web site: for the online application and information about the Academy, visit http://www.purdue.edu/watersheds.
Academy Fee: $500, due on Dec. 10, 2010 (includes lodging, food, and course materials)
Format: Training includes three face-to-face group sessions and distance learning, online (approximately 3-4 hrs./week). The Academy runs from January to May, 2011.
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- The 2010 ESE Symposium has been scheduled for October 27. Details via the Symposium link in the left column.
- ESE student, Lindsey Payne, Chairs the Clear-Blue-Green business certification program for the local Lafayette-West Lafayette region. The first round of certifications includes nineteen businesses. Way to go Lindsey!
- ESE sponsors Earth Day 2010 film No Impact Man. Showing at 4pm, April 22 in Lynn Hall rm 1137.
- The third annual ESE symposium was a success! Held during Green Week 2009, the symposium brought two speakers to Purdue on the theme of water resources in a changing climate, and hosted a campus-wide environmental research poster contest for graduate students.
1st place (Tie) Souleymane Fall, poster title:
Lower Tropospheric Temperature Variability over the United States (1979-2008): A GIS Approach
1st place (Tie) Heather Gall, poster title:
Temporal Variations in Nutrient Fluxes in Agricultural Tile Drains and Ditches
2nd place: Isaac Emery - The Impact of Dry Matter Loss During Biomass Storage on Net Greenhouse Gas Emissions from Biofuels Production
3rd place:( Tie) between Margaret McCahon, poster title: Targeting Sites for Constructed Wetlands to Remove Nitrate in an Agricultural Watershed
Heather Gall: ( Tie) poster title: Monitoring Boiler Green Initiative’s Green Roof on Schleman Hall
Thank you to GE Water Division for sponsoring the poster competition prizes at this year's symposium!
- August 2009. Grad Students Help Advance Fish Monitoring Project for Native Alaskan Villages. (Link)
April 9, 2009. ESE PhD Student, Dongyan Mu, has been selected by the graduate school to receive a Bilsland Dissertation Fellowship. Way to go Dongyan!
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